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  1. August 3, 2017 at 3:43 PM
    Data Entry5 says:

    If you need a convenient stop off point along the Ireland east coast or intend visiting Dublin, the Howth YC and marina has a lot to commend it. Immediately to the NW of the marina, there is a good anchorage sheltered from everything except east or northeast winds, good holding in mud in 5 metres.

    There is a passage from here to the marina inside Irelands Eye island, but check the tides and the depth, otherwise go round the outside, but again check the depth approaching the marina. Once inside there is plenty of depth around the visitors’ pontoon.

    We were incredibly impressed with the yacht club which is managed superbly well, and the facilities are excellent. They were running a cadet fortnight in June, but the kids were under control, no mess in the changing rooms, boats were left neatly so that one barely noticed them, and the emphasis was on fun, and not just sailing! Well done Howth YC.

    Fuel, water and provisioning are all available.

    Immediately outside the YC there is a fabulous cliff walk to the east and south sides of the Ben of Howth as far as the Baily Lighthouse, marking the headland and entrance to Dublin Harbour, where one is walking along a narrow footpath and in many places a sheer drop of over a hundred feet to the clear waters of the Irish Sea below. The views are stunning.

    The train service from Howth to Dublin is excellent with frequent trains, and the connection by bus to the airport is also easy and quick.
    If you need a convenient stop off point along the Ireland east coast or intend visiting Dublin, the Howth YC and marina has a lot to commend it.

    Immediately to the NW of the marina, there is a good anchorage sheltered from everything except east or northeast winds, good holding in mud in 5 metres. There is a passage from here to the marina inside Irelands Eye island, but check the tides and the depth, otherwise go round the outside, but again check the depth approaching the marina. Once inside there is plenty of depth around the visitors’ pontoon.

    We were incredibly impressed with the yacht club which is managed superbly well, and the facilities are excellent. They were running a cadet fortnight in June, but the kids were under control, no mess in the changing rooms, boats were left neatly so that one barely noticed them, and the emphasis was on fun, and not just sailing! Well done Howth YC.

    Fuel, water and provisioning are all available.

    Immediately outside the YC there is a fabulous cliff walk to the east and south sides of the Ben of Howth as far as the Baily Lighthouse, marking the headland and entrance to Dublin Harbour, where one is walking along a narrow footpath and in many places a sheer drop of over a hundred feet to the clear waters of the Irish Sea below. The views are stunning.

    The train service from Howth to Dublin is excellent with frequent trains, and the connection by bus to the airport is also easy and quick.

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